Buy your Orange T-Shirt starting Today
Orange Shirt Day is Friday, September 30. It is a day to honour and uphold survivors and intergenerational survivors of the residential school system and to commemorate those who did not return home. Orange T-Shirts will be sold in the Main Campus lobby at lunch to ...
Chess Players Enjoy Weekly Friendly Competition
The HS Chess Club meets Thursdays during lunch in room 119. Whether you are interested in standard chess or Chinese chess, players of all skill levels are welcome to join!
ATTN Grade 12s: Grad Sweaters on Sale!
Grad sweaters will go on sale starting next Monday in the lobby during lunch! Sweaters are $70. There are three colour options and three style options available.
Best of Luck to HS Speech Competitors!
Good luck to all of our HS students taking part in the Speech Competition today! Currently the Grades 9/10 class winners are presenting - to be followed by the Grades 11/12s! Thank you to our MPTA judges for volunteering their time today!
Audition for the 2023 Fashion Show!
HS students, this is your opportunity to audition for the 2023 Fashion Show! Sign up on the forms outside Ms. Vendittelli's room. In addition to the excitement of being part of a major charity event, students have the benefit of earning community service hours for ...
Record Results at DECA Regionals!
This Sunday, Mentor's DECA team participated in the regional competition, in Whitby. The hard work helped the team reach new heights in achievement. Overall, the 47 students won 63 ribbons and a Mentor record of twelve medals for the top three overall results.
Great start this season for High School Swim Team!
Members of the high school swim team have been training in the warm water of the Mentor pool! The team has recently raced in Milton, Brampton and Etobicoke with great finishes and team morale throughout. Memorable finishes in Etobicoke at pre-ROPSSAA this Wednesday ...
Mock Trial Team to Compete at Regionals
This Friday, the HS mock trial team heads to the Peel Mock Trial Tournament to compete for the Davis Cup - where they will face off against John Cabot. While the team members continue working on case details and their best Suits faces, join coaches Solovieff and ...
Students Enjoy Return of "Memories to Music"
On Wednesday, Mentor College hosted its first live Memories to Music concert since 2019. The Memories to Music project is run in conjunction with Alzheimer Society Peel and allows our high school musicians the opportunity to work with senior partners who in the early ...
Math and Art...Such a Beautiful Couple!
Each year the Grade 10 math students have a project where they combine math and art. This year's theme was on vacation. Students design a picture on graph paper and then calculate all equations so they can transpose the design onto a graphing program.
Return & Issuing of Laptop Devices for HS Students
Laptop devices are provided to Mentor College and TSS (TEAM Secondary School) high school students. These devices are school property, issued with a contract signed by the student and parent(s).
In June, devices are returned at the student’s last ...
Students on the Hollywood Media trip are off! They will be enjoying the next 4 days taking in sights like Dolby Theater, Universal Studios Special FX, and the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures!
The Club Français Goes Wild with Jason George
The French Club has taken on the task of translating “The World with Jason George: Canada” into French. This year’s group of dedicated students began their work after March Break. Once completed, the students’ work will be published and available for purchase on ...
Mr. McCallen would like to extend a big thank-you to the Student Athletic Association for what was a huge success last night at the Athletic Banquet! The event provided entertainment, prizes, awards, and special Alumni Guest Speakers: Stephanie Sucharda (Wall of Fame ...
Grade 6 Explore Biodiversity at Mountsberg
Students in Ms. Vieira, Ms. Brennan, and Ms. Sarna's Grade 6 classes spent the day learning about the adaptations and biodiversity of the different types of life that exist in Ontario. While exploring the forests and fields throughout Mounstberg Conservation Park, ...
U12 Ultimate Frisbee PSAA Tournament
Last week, the U12 Ultimate Frisbee team participated in the PSAA tournament. The team's goal was to play their hardest and best, and to do so with true spirit of the game and great sportsmanship! Every team member accomplished this goal, leaving it all on the field ...
U14 Ultimate Frisbee PSAA Tournament
Last week, the U14 Ultimate Frisbee team participated in the PSAA tournament. Playing in tier 1, the competition was fierce, but every team member played each game with grit and determination, running circles around their oppenents and never giving up on a disc. The ...
U14 Girls Volleyball Tournament
The U14 girls' volleyball team played well in the November 24th PSAA tournament. The girls made some excellent serves and passes, setting them up for strong hits and winning 4 sets in the round robin.
After a nailbiting 3 sets in the playoffs, the girls walked ...
Orienteering Team Finds Its Way
The members of the orienteering team concluded their fall season with a practice at a local park. The school yard had become too familiar for the students to be of any challenge so Mr. Fransson and Mrs. Bannister took the dozen-strong team to Spruce Park.
Grades 7/8 Science Fair Results
For the past 3 months, the Grades 7 & 8 students had been working hard on their Science Fair projects. On Wednesday and Thursday last week, students presented their projects to a panel of judges. The science fair concluded on Friday with an awards assembly. We are ...
The orienteering club had a great day at the Hamilton Schools 45th Adventure Challenge. The main goal for the team was to navigate as accurately as possible so that all checkpoints were visited and everyone met that goal. Well done!
This group of students ...
U14 Boys' Softball Remain Undefeated
Much like the weather, it did not take long for the U14 boys' softball team to heat up. The boys showed off their excellent fielding skills and superior bats all day.
While doing so, the boys had heaps of fun. Despite a close final playoff game, the team remains ...
The Primary Division would like to congratulate its first Rock Paper Scissors School Champion: Talia Bahrani!
Over the course of the past few weeks, students have taken part in a school wide RPS Tournament with class winners, a grade-level winners, and ...
The Primary Division's annual concert Songs of the Season made its return to the stage last night. The Primary Choir, Grade 4 Recorder Club, and all of the grade-level groups were in top form as they performed holiday numbers like I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas, ...
During mindfulness class, the children in Ms. Gerlai's class came up with a list of things to keep them calm: taking a nap, getting a squeezy hug, reading a book, taking a bath, walking, smelling something sweet, or drawing a picture.
A calming activity close to ...
Grade 8s to the Art Gallery of Hamilton
Last Wednesday, the Grade 8s ventured to the Art Gallery of Hamilton. They started their day with a fantastic guided tour of specific works relating to our landscape, the relation between the environment and humans, and how art has changed as a response to our ...
The Grade 4s completed their unit on Rocks by growing beautiful crystals. Students designed their crystal forms into necklaces, animals, Christmas tree ornaments, and they even crystalized a car!
The staff of TEAM School & TSS are so excited to welcome new and returning students to the school! Your teachers and principals are looking forward to another great year! See you Wednesday morning!
Next week is Spirit Week in all divisions!
Tuesday, November 15 - Fan Day: regular uniform but students can add a uniform item that shows they are a "fan"...sports, music, books, movie franchise
Wednesday, November 16 - Dress Down Day: regular dress down ...
Update: Ministry of Health Announcement
In an announcement on November 14, 2022, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Kieran Moore strongly recommended masking in all public settings, including schools and daycare settings because of the rising number of illness and pediatric hospitalizations due ...
Entering its 24th year, the Mentor College/TEAM School Fashion Show has contributed to the over $1,000,000 raised by the school for local hospitals and charities. This student-run event brings together students from all divisions of Mentor/TEAM – with the result ...
Click here to read this memo RE: Preventive actions for families over the winter break from Region of Peel.
As we begin the registration process for the 2023-2024 school year at Mentor College and TEAM School, we want to make you aware that this year our registrations will utilize a new registration portal.
Registrations will be released in grade-level groups based on ...
Dress Down Day: Next Wednesday
Students in all divisions are welcome to come to school in dress down clothes on this day. Please refer to divisional Edsby pages for guidelines with respect to appropriate dress down clothes.
Culture Show - February 15: Watch Promo Video!
The Culture Show is back! On Wednesday February 15, students from all divisions of Mentor and TEAM will join together in one of the schools’ largest school-wide events! The double gym at the Main Campus will transformed into a multicultural extravaganza – including ...
1:1 Laptop Programme for all HS Students
The current academic school year saw the successful introduction of the 1:1 device programme. All Grade 9 students were provided with their own premium Internet-connected Microsoft Surface laptops for use at school and at home. For the 2023-2024 school year, we are ...
The Festival of the Arts is Back!
What a show it was last night! The return of the annual Festival of the Arts featured performances from our Grade 9 and Grade 10 Concert Bands, HS Jazz Band, along with numbers from the Grade 5/6 Choir and High School Choir. Charlotte Liu performed a solo piano piece ...
Senior Art Show: 3D Virtual Tour
Have a walk through a 3D virtual tour of PHOTON: The Senior Art Show. The Festival of the Arts continues for its second and final evening tonight.
The art show is open all day today! Spend some time taking in the artwork, then head upstairs to the concert at ...
Coming Up: Victoria Day Long Weekend
This weekend is the Victoria Day long weekend. The schools are closed on Friday and Monday. We wish you an enjoyable long weekend.
Watch the video from last Friday's Relay For Life!
Watch the video from last Friday's Relay For Life!
Tuesday, May 23 - Fun In The Sun Day: Students must wear regular uniform top and bottom but can add a Hawaiian shirt and sunglasses and/or replace your tie, socks, and shoes with something that says "Summer is Almost Here"
Wednesday, May 24 - Dress Down Day
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